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Veterinary portable ultrasound 

Application direction: Cattle/Horse/Camel/Swine/Sheep/Dog/Cat


  1. 5.8-inch TFT LCD screen

  2. Easy‐to‐use GUI menu

  3. Low power consumption

  4. USB 2.0 For real‐time picture uploading to PC

  5. Full digital beamforming technology

  6. Probe automatic identification

  7. Gama correction, Color encode, Image Smoothen


  1. Display: 5.8-inch TFT LCD screen;

  2. Scanning mode: linear array scanning

  3. Display mode: B, B + B, 4b, B + m, m;

  4. Gray scale levels: 256

  5. Monitor: 5.8'' WVGA LCD monitor, wide viewing angle, Resolution: 640*380, Brightness Adjustable

  6. Image flip: Up/down, left/right

  7. Transducer Type: Convex Array,Linear Array,Rectal Linear Array

  8. Transducer frequency: 2.0‐8.0Mhz

  9. Transducer connector: one active transducer connector,unique micro connector

  10. Probe Frequency: Adjustable(3 point each probe)

  11. Frame correlation: Adjustable

  12. Scanning depth: ≥220mm, multi‐steps

  13. Dynamic imaging technologies: Gama correction, Color encode Image Smoothen

  14. Zoom: Real time zoom, Freeze zoom

  15. Image Storage: ≥64 frames;non‐volatile

  16. Cine loop: ≥400 frames

  17. General B mode Measurement: distance, circumference, area, volume, EF rate, heart rate, Time

  18. M mode: Distance, time, slope, Heart Rate

  19. OB Measurements: The measurement function is arranged by exam type(BPD, GS, CRL, FL, HC, AC, EDD, GA, FW) and is available for use with all exam type (Canine, Feline, Ovine, Bovine, Equine).

  20. System Dimension: Height: 120mm Width: 250 mm Depth:40mm

  21. Weight: 0.6kg w.o. transducer

The intended uses of portable ultrasound in livestock:

1. Reproductive assessment: Ultrasound is often used to assess the reproductive health and status of livestock animals. It can help determine pregnancy, monitor fetal development, detect abnormalities, and evaluate reproductive organs such as ovaries and uterus.

2. Estrus detection: Ultrasound can aid in detecting the onset of estrus (heat) in females, assisting with timing for artificial insemination or natural breeding.

3. Fertility assessment: Ultrasound can be used to evaluate the reproductive capacity and fertility of breeding animals, including assessing sperm quality and quantity in males.

4. Diagnosis of reproductive disorders: Ultrasound imaging can help diagnose and monitor reproductive disorders such as cysts, tumors, infections, and abnormalities in the reproductive tract.

5. Body condition assessment: Ultrasound can assist in assessing the body condition of livestock animals by evaluating the distribution of body fat, muscle thickness, and overall health.

6. Assessment of meat quality: In some cases, ultrasound is used to evaluate the muscle depth and marbling within meat-producing animals to predict meat quality characteristics.

7. Diagnosis of health conditions: Ultrasound can be utilized to detect and evaluate various health conditions in livestock, such as pregnancies in different stages, internal injuries, abscesses, tumors, or other abnormalities.

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